Lady Gaga, Pink Among GRAMMYs' Most Refreshing Artists of All Time

ET has teamed up with Absolut Lime to highlight the most exciting performances to watch for at this year's ceremony.

The 60th annual GRAMMY Awards are just around the corner -- and we can't wait to see what surprises our favorite artists have in store.

Music's biggest night has long been a platform for stars to push the limits and break down barriers with their performances (both on and off the stage). ET has teamed up with Absolut Lime, the official spirit sponsor of the GRAMMYs, to celebrate refreshing artists while looking ahead at what to expect from the 2018 celebration. 

Topping our list is the one and only Lady Gaga, who delivers bold moments each and every time she steps in front of the cameras. Who could forget when she arrived on the 2011 red carpet in an egg? And for the last two years, Gaga has given back-to-back buzzworthy performances with a tribute to David Bowie in 2016 and a jam session with Metallica in 2017. We can only imagine what she's cooking up for Sunday's show!  The evening should prove extra sweet for Gaga, whose most personal album to date, Joanne, is nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album. 

Also slated to perform is Pink, who never ceases to amaze us with her live sets. Back in 2010, she raised the bar to a whole new level with her high-flying, mesmerizing rendition of "Glitter in the Air." Talk about workout goals! 

Pink is also vying for her fourth GRAMMY award this year with "What About Us," which is nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance. 

Bruno Mars -- a six-time nominee this year, including the top categories of Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Record of the Year -- is set to hit the stage with arguably one of the most refreshing new artists of 2018: Cardi B. Her breakthrough single, "Bodak Yellow," is up for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song. 

The duo will bring their infectious new hit, "Finesse," to the GRAMMYs for an epic performance that is likely to bring all the best '90s In Living Color vibes back to life. 

Meanwhile, Rita Ora is doing her part to keep things refreshing in the studio with her own new music, teaming up with The Open Mic Project on a new song that brings fans' stories of acceptance to life. The tune will premiere on Thursday, Jan. 25.

ET will continue to bring you more GRAMMYs coverage from the Absolut Lime Green Room all week leading up to the show. Tune in to the GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Jan. 28 on CBS.